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Patrick O'Byrne,Nigel Parton
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Social Sciences
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Palgrave Macmillan; 2000 edition (September 30, 2000)
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NIGEL PARTON is Professor in Child Care and Director of the Centre for Applied Childhood Studies at the University .

NIGEL PARTON is Professor in Child Care and Director of the Centre for Applied Childhood Studies at the University of Huddersfield. A qualified social worker, he is the author of many books, including The Politics of Child Abuse, Governing the Family and Child Protection(with David Thorpe and Corinne Wattam). PATRICK O'BYRNE was Senior Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Huddersfield from 1979-1999, where he lectured extensively on a range of social work methods. He is co-author, with Judith Milner, of Assessment in Social.

Constructive Social Work book. Nigel Parton, Patrick O'Byrne. There is now increased international interest in the relevance of social theories associated with postmodernism, social constructionism, and narrative approaches for social work.

Author(s) : Nigel Parton, Author(s) : Patrick O'Byrne. Publisher : Palgrave. The central aim of this book is to demonstrate how such ideas can make a contribution to social work practice. Category : Counselling. Category 2 : Counselling. Catalogue No : 18350. ISBN 13 : 9780333747292. ISBN 10 : 0333747291. Also by Nigel Parton.

Some Theoretical Orientations of Constructive Social Work. Towards Constructive Practice. The Art of Resistance. Discipline, for Possibilities. Constructive Assessment. Constructive Social Work: Some Examples. Some Central Issues for Constructive Social Work.

Constructive Social Work. Towards a New Practice. PATRICK O'BYRNE was Senior Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Huddersfield from 1979-1999, where he lectured extensively on a range of social work methods

Constructive Social Work. Author(s): Nigel Parton, Jo Campling, Patrick O'Byrne. He is co-author, with Judith Milner, of Assessment in Social Work. NIGEL PARTON is Professor in Child Care and Director of the Centre for Applied Childhood Studies at the University of Huddersfield.

Publication, Distribution, et. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK. Includes bibliographical references and index. Personal Name: O'Byrne, Patrick. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, U. .Macmillan Press ; New York. St. Martin's Press, (c)2000. Rubrics: Social service Philosophy Constructivism (Psychology) Schemas (Psychology).

Constructive Work with Offenders offers a challenge to many of the assumptions of criminal justice policy and the dominant approaches to practice. The contributors advocate an emphasis on constructive work with offenders that harnesses their positive strengths and resources.

Nigel Parton and Patrick O'Byrne. Download PDF book format. Personal Name: Parton, Nigel. Publication, Distribution, et. New York. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. Constructive social work : towards a new practice Nigel Parton and Patrick O'Byrne. Book's title: Constructive social work : towards a new practice Nigel Parton and Patrick O'Byrne. Library of Congress Control Number: 99086556.

Constructive Social Work There is now increased international interest in the relevance of social theories associated with postmodernism, social .

Constructive Social Work There is now increased international interest in the relevance of social theories associated with postmodernism, social constructionism, and narrative approaches for social work. However, no book has explicitly addressed how such issues can be used, not o. Specifications. MacMillan Education UK. Book Format.

There is now increased international interest in the relevance of social theories associated with postmodernism, social constructionism, and narrative approaches for social work. However, no book has explicitly addressed how such issues can be used, not only to analyze social work practice. This is the central aim of this innovative book that poses a major challenge to contemporary assumptions about social work. The approach is affirmative and reflexive and the focus is on the importance of dialogue in social work practice.